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Subject: Journal of Pragmatics Vol 41, No 5 (2009)
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Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Journal Title: Journal of Pragmatics
Volume Number: 41
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: May 2009
Subtitle: Pragmatic Markers, edited by Neal Norrick
Table of Contents:
1. Pragmatic Markers: introduction
Neal R. Norrick
2. Interjections as pragmatic markers
Neal R. Norrick
3. Topic Orientation Markers
4. Co-occurrence of discourse markers in Catalan and Spanish oral narrative
Maria-Josep Cuenca, Maria-Josep Marín
David M. Bell
6. Expressing digression linguistically: Do digressive markers exist?
Salvador Pons Bordería, Maria Estellés Arguedas
7. From “textual” to “interpersonal”: On the diachrony of the Italian particle mica
8. Pragmatic deficits with syntactic consequences?: L2 pronominal subjects and
the syntax–pragmatics interface
9. Implementing incipient actions: The discourse marker ‘so’ in English conversation
Galina B. Bolden
10. An elaboration of the faithfulness claims in direct writing
11. Metaphor and the Natural Semantic Metalanguage
12. Exploring the effects of input-based treatment and test on the development
of learners’ pragmatic proficiency
13. Impoliteness in a cultural context
14. A note on Matsumoto regarding Japanese verbs of giving and receiving
15. ‘Kubla Khan’—Poetic Structure, Hypnotic Quality and Cognitive Style A study
in mental, vocal and critical performance: Reuven Tsur, Human Cognitive
Processing 16, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2006, 252 pp, EUR 110.
USD 132 (hb)
Steven J. Willett
16. Collaborating towards Coherence: Lexical Cohesion in English Discourse:
Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2006, 192 pp., $158
17. Pragmatics and Discourse. A Resource Book for Students, 2nd Edition: Joan
Cutting, Routledge English Language Introductions. Routledge and Francis Group,
London and New York, 2008, 256 pp., ISBN: 978-0-415-44667-9
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Subject Language(s): Catalan-Valencian-Balear (cat)
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